Block Out


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Block Out

1. In broadcasting, time that ordinarily would be available for sale to advertisers but is not because of a public service announcement, government speech or other reason.

2. In photography, a portion of a picture that one covers over and re-photographs. This may be used in advertising.
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Statement, 8 1/2" x 14", pressure fold, z-fold, 28 lb laser, with special pressure seal adhesive and block outs on the back.
Each frame indicates dimensions and location of reinforcements, hardware and block outs typically encountered in precast panel production.
"He not only hit shots, he gave us energy on the defensive end and had some great block outs that allowed us to go get the ball.